Former Writer · Nov 14, 2012 at 09:30 am

CDMA and GSM HTC One V Receive PACman ROM Port

Over the last month or so, we’ve brought you news of a new AOSP-based ROM making it’s way around the forums. It’s called PACman and it’s a kang of CyanogenMod, AOKP, and ParanoidAndroid all rolled into one. Users seem to be enjoying it because it’s been ported to a decent number of devices. Now, HTC One V owners can give it a try as well.

As with with most HTC One V ROM releases, this came as a pair. Both the GSM and CDMA versions have their own port, so no need to worry about one not being supported. XDA Forum Member inyourface09 released the ROMs to XDA, along with the help of many others. The feature list is pretty typical for this ROM, and includes some of the best features from CM10, AOKP, and ParanoidAndroid.

The ROMs are pretty stable as well. There are two lists of things not working. For CDMA, the bug list includes:

Volume is muted by default to fix this use the volume rocker after install
Pin unlock under Tablet mode is scaled wrong, hard to unlock phone
Im sure you’ll will find other issues

And for GSM:

Camcorder
Volume is muted by default to fix this use the volume rocker after install
Pin unlock under Tablet mode is scaled wrong, hard to unlock phone (Use Pattern 3×3-6×6)
Im sure you’ll will find other issues, if you do either PM me or post in this thread

So really, the only difference is that the camcorder isn’t working in GSM version. Since the volume issue isn’t really a bug, that means the only issue these ROMs deals with scaling, so this is definitely daily driver material.

For additional info, check out the CDMA thread or the GSM thread.


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